"As in a leap of trust and faith, Rogala explores the totally untried frontiers of representation."
Margot Lovejoy, "Art in the Age of Digital Simulation:" Postmodern Currents, (rev. ed.), 1997
VHS CASSETTES/ VIDEO WORKS BY MIROSLAW ROGALA
"PERFORMANCES FOR VIDEO 1980-82"
Includes collaborative work with Shigeko Kubota'Polish-Japanese Tape, 80"
Videotape. 60 minutes, compiled in 2000
World Premiere: The Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland
(1975-200 Works: solo gallery exhibition) Bunkier Sztuki/ Centre for Contemporary Art Gallery, Krakow,
Poland (1975-200 Works: solo gallery exhibition)
"STUDIES FOR LOVERS LEAP 1994-95"
Videotape. 60 minutes, compiled in 2000
World Premiere: The Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski
Castle, Warsaw, Poland (1975-200 Works: solo gallery exhibition)
unkier Sztuki/ Centre for Contemporary Art Gallery, Krakow, Poland
(1975-200 Works: solo gallery exhibition)
"DIVIDED WE SING" (1999)
Videotape. 5:50 minutes, color, B/W. Video documentation of interactive installation.
"ELECTRONIC GARDEN/ NATUREALIZATION" (1996)
Videotape. 9:00 minutes, color, B/W, stereo. A site-specific interactive sound installation and free speech project, with an extensive web site online. Commissioned by Sculpture Chicago for the public art program, "Reinventing the Garden City." Documentation footage edited to soundtrack from National Public Radio interview with the artist by Rick Karr. Package and contents, copyright 1996, Miroslaw Rogala.
"LOVERS LEAP" (1996)
Videotape. 7:00 minutes, color, B/W, stereo, contains documentation of Multimediale 5 interactive media installation and premiere in Karlsruhe, Germany, and includes interviews with John Sturgeon, Jeffrey Shaw, and Eddie Shanken. Package and contents, copyright 1996, Miroslaw Rogala.
"INSTRUCTIONS PER SECOND : CHAPTER ONE" (1994/95)
Videotape. 10:15 minutes, color, stereo. in collaboration with installation
artist Carolee Schneemann. Sound design by Lucien Vector. Recipient, 1995 Internationaler Videokunstpreis, International Award for Video Art. Package and contents, copyright 1995, Miroslaw Rogala and Carolee Schneemann.
"NATURE IS LEAVING US" (1989/94)
Video Theatre, 26:40 minutes, Hi-Fi Stereo, Color. Original music, poetry, and text by Miroslaw Rogala. Vocals and improvisations by Urszula Dudziak. Dance: Amy Osgood, Mary Ward, and
Brian Jeffrey. Performance by Lynn Book and Werner Herterich. Sound design and arrangements by Lucien Vector and Richard Woodbury.
Contains original and documentation material from large-scale premiere performance of the Video Theatre work, "NATURE IS LEAVING US",
1989. Sleeve Design: John Boesche. Package and contents, copyright 1994, Miroslaw Rogala.
"ZHOU BROTHERS: THE NEW WISDOM OF ENERGY" (1994)
Videotape. 12:10 minutes, Stereo, B/W and Color. Made in collaboration with painters Zhou Brothers Produced by Oskar Friedl Gallery, Chicago, Nahan Gallery, New York and Viertel Gallery, Frankfurt, Germany. Package and contents, copyright 1994, Miroslaw Rogala.
"MACBETH : THE WITCHES SCENES" (1988)
Videotape. 17:38 minutes, Stereo, Color and B/W. Original music by Miroslaw Rogala. Sound Design and Arrangements by Lucien Czyzewski Vector. Witches performed by Gloria Bond-Clunie, Amy Galper, Maya Friedler. Macbeth performed by Byrne Piven. Apparitions' Voice by Larry Moran. Videotape produced in cooperation with
The Piven Theater and Optimus, Inc., Chicago.
Part of a live theater work "Macbeth", written by William Shakespeare, directed by Byrne Piven. Premiere performance by The Piven Theater,
November,1988, at Noyes Cultural Center, Evanston, llinois, USA. New Works Premiere, American Film Institute Video Festival, 1989.
Sleeve design:Mary Johnson. Package and contents, copyright 1993, Miroslaw Rogala.
"FOUR SELECTED VIDEO WORKS, MIROSLAW ROGALA 1980-1986"
Videotape. 40 minutes, Hi-Fi Stereo, Color. Selections include: "REMOTE FACES: OUTERPRETATION", 1986, 12 minutes, Stereo, Color;
"LOVE AMONG MACHINES", 1986, 9 minutes, Stereo, Color. "QUESTIONS TO ANOTHER NATION", 1985, 16 minutes, Stereo, Color; "POLISH DANCE '80", 1980, 2 minutes, Stereo, B/W; Sleeve Design: John Boesche. Package and contents, copyright 1988, Miroslaw Rogala.
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